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Hi, my name is Tamer. I have been a muslim since the age of 6 and am currently 22. I am in the process of applying to law school and am currently in the second semester. I am currently a student at UC Berkeley. I am a fan of hip hop. I am also very into music (which I am working on getting better at), movies and sports. I love to play the drums. I have always wanted to go back to school and study law. The first time I met muslims was through my college's Muslim student group. I was one of the few non-muslims in the room and they were all very welcoming and fun. They were always friendly and I had a great time in my first couple months. But it wasn't long before I realized there were more muslims than me in this group. They were very interested in what was going on in America, and it seemed like they were going to be the next big thing. After my initial interaction with muslims I realized that edmonton muslim they were pretty much all young and had very little education. They were all young men, and there were a lot of them. Some of them were quite beautiful, with a lot of money, and they had lots of potential. But it's quite possible that it would have been harder to get a job as a lawyer for these men, or even to get married in most cases, if not for the fact that they would have had to travel so much for work. As for the lack of education, it's not surprising that they have not had more sweedish men than a very basic knowledge of the English language and a few basic math concepts. But most of the women in the group also had little or no English, and had to learn English with the help of their imams. I learned a few things from their imams about American culture and about how Americans interact with their muslim neighbors. After all, it's very easy for a non-muslim in the USA to live in a non-muslim's neighborhood without a whole lot of trouble. So I found out more about the muslims in the group from my English-speaking colleagues. And we were surprised that there were even a few women who went to the USA to work in restaurants, cafes, and other jobs, and they seemed to have a good time living in the USA. But after a while, when we began to take more and more tourists to the US to get their picture taken, it became very difficult for me to talk about my experience in the USA to the others. I could not even tell them I was a Muslim, or that I am a "muslim". It was very difficult to be a Muslim in the USA, which was my home for over 30 years.
The article "Muslims and the United States" is based on interviews with: * A former Muslim from India who was working as a cook in a restaurant in Miami * A female from the Philippines who worked at a restaurant in the West Virginia area, and who had been married to a Muslim and now is a Christian in her 30s * A Turkish female who was a "travel-maker" from Turkey vivastreet pakistani who lived in New York and worked in a bakery, in the city that was once part of the Ottoman Empire. She went to Turkey for a few months when she was a teenager and left when she was muslims marriage about 18 years old and now lives in Florida, and has a husband in Turkey and a family in Florida. She said that the Turks and Arabs, Muslims, are really the only people who have accepted her as a Muslim and not treated her as a foreigner. She was never questioned when she arrived and went through the airport security with her Muslim hijab on. She was treated like a native in many ways. In fact, most of the women who came to the United States were already in their late teens or 20s when they came. Some had been raised in Turkey and indian matrimonial sites in canada Saudi Arabia. And the Turkish immigrants that came were mostly women.
I met up with her a few times in the past and asked her about her family and culture. She was very knowledgeable and explained a lot about her country, the people and her people.